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ABC
Nov 12, 2011 5:00am PST
illness? >> i worry about it, yes. >> they are concerned for their son, sammy. >> sammy got sick. >> but he hasn't had had it yet? >> he don't get malaria. >> can you turn it on? >> with the help of a flashlight, sammy and his family took us inside their darkened hut and showed us the torn mosquito night that they all sleep under every night. it offers little protection because of the hole. if a child does develop ma layer raw, immediate treatment can mean the difference between life and death. >> it's the number one killer for those under five. >> this doctor trained at the san francisco's trauma institute, learning the latest techniques for healing fractures but most of the children are suffering from extreme complications from malaria. families often don't reach the emergency hospital until the symptoms are already severe. >> they are rushed in gasping, requiring urgent blood transfusions. >> but help could soon be on the way from the bay area. a researcher has developed a synthetic farm of the most commonly used ma layer raw front. in partnership with one world help and the bill and
ABC
Nov 29, 2011 12:00am PST
reynolds. thank you very much. and in the movie are dean and sammy davis, so i'm on allowed to cover some of the excerpts and there's dean's agent, he says, you want to go inside. dean is sitting there alone. talk to him. i go in there he is sitting at a booth in this big trailer. regis, he said, sit down and we talked like an idiot i go back to the copacabana and there i am with my girlfriend and i went through the whole thing and i said i really was a big fan because my college years when i went home to long island, i had a job at a plastics factory and it was from midnight to 8:00 a.m., i hated the hour, i hated the plastic factory, i hated everything so to get me inspired i would play a little record of dean's. it was just out and i'm going back to the '50s. >> jimmy: before the ipod? >> right. so i'm playing this song and i gave him the title and i said, dean, i used to listen to this every night. he said, what is the title. i said "one foot in heaven." he said i don't remember it. sing it to me, regis. so i sit there and i sing the whole bloody song ♪ one foot in heaven on ag
ABC
Nov 12, 2011 6:00am PST
about malaria and illness? >> i worry about it, yes. >> they are concerned for their son, sammy. >> but he hasn't had it yet? >> he don't get malaria. >> try it. can you turn it on? >> with the help of a flashlight, sammy and his family took us inside their darkened hut and showed us the torn mosquito net that they all sleep under every night. it offers little protection because of the hole. if a child does develop malaria, immediate treatment can mean the difference between life and death. >> it's the number one killer for those under five. >> this doctor trained at the san francisco's trauma institute, learning the latest techniques for healing fractures but most of the children are suffering from extreme complications from malaria. families often don't reach the emergency hospital until the symptoms are already severe. >> they are rushed in gasping, requiring urgent blood transfusions. >> but help could soon be on the way from the bay area. a berkely researcher has developed a synthetic farm of the most commonly used malaria drug. in partnership with "one world help" and the
ABC
Nov 29, 2011 11:00pm PST
santa clara is up mitted by sammy m. and you will be seeing many scenes like this first thing in the morning. fog has become pretty thick out there. the north bay and down to the peninsula, i want to show you the current visibilities. it is down to an 8th of a mile. let me show you the live picture of the way it looks. this is the bay bridge toll plaza. you can barely see the cars driving into the fog. give yourself some extra time. drive with caution. as you look at the other visibilities, you will notice that is a quarter of a mile in novato. fog is reducing visibility in mountain view. an eighth of a mile at the san jose airport. sfo, not so bad. an eight-mile visibility. we are certainly going to face a potential for some delays at the airports first thing tomorrow morning. the temperatures right now ranging from 38 in napa to the low 50s in san francisco, oakland and half moon bay. the areas of dense fog tonight. strong winds developing tomorrow with a high wind warning going into affect for the hills. it will continue until thursday afternoon. the lower elevations as i mentione
ABC
Nov 9, 2011 6:00pm PST
concern for their son, sammy. >> they're afraid of malaria. >> he hasn't had it? >> yes, very. >> it. >> try it with the help of a flashlight they took us inside of their hut showing us the torn mosquito net they sleep under. a net offering little protection because of the holes. if a child does develop malaria immediate treatment can be a difference between life and death. >> it's number one killer disease for under five. >> this surgeon is trained in san francisco general hospital's trauma institute learning techniques for healing fractures but most children are suffering from extreme complications from mallayera. families often don't reach the hospital until the symptoms are already severe. >> so they're rushed in, gasping and requiring a urgent blood transfusion. >> help could be soon on the way from the bay area, this berkeley researcher and his team have developed a synthetic form of the commonly used drug until now came only from the worm wood plant. and scientists used synthetic biology to produce it from bacteria e coli in huge tank autos the goal is to increase the supply,
ABC
Nov 24, 2011 7:00am PST
, sammy. happy thanksgiving. >> good morning. happy thanksgiving. lara, josh. good morning, america. we're at america's first thanksgiving day parade, right here in philadelphia. as the city of brotherly love celebrates thanksgiving, we'll have the parade, the floats, the bands. another american institution, as you mentioned, lara, is the macy's thanksgiving day parade. and our cameron mathison is there. good morning. happy thanksgiving. >> good morning. happy thanksgiving, everybody. 3.5 million people expected to be here. 27 floats, 54 balloons, 800 clowns. one fairly cold correspondent here at the 85th annual macy's thanksgiving day parade. back to you, lara and josh. >>> if you're toiling in the kitchen right now, i will be in just hours. don't panic. we have today your turkey 911. sara moulton, right there, answering your turkey day questions. send them to goodmorningamerica.com at yahoo! or send them via twitter. and we'll answer as many of them as you possibly can. >>> first, dan harris is in this morning. and dan, we have breaking news out of arizona. >> good morning to you.
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